Yup, that T-Mobile/MetroPCS deal is officially happening.
While Sprint is in the midst of being courted by both Softbank and Dish Network, it's still struggling to actually make money and hold onto subscribers.
At this point, AT&T's shareholders must be pleased.
Even though it's been late to the party so far, T-Mobile could be one of the first to offer the 5G wireless technology LTE Advanced.
"iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There's been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market."
Hey, look at that, Verizon continues to be a wireless powerhouse.
Softbank remains unfazed by Dish's higher competing offer to acquire Sprint.
It's a takeover that would satisfy the satellite TV company's wireless ambitions, while also squashing takeover efforts by Japan's Softbank.
As wireless networks become more focused on delivering web services, rather than nickel-and-diming customers for mobile minutes and bandwdith, they're in danger of becoming so-called "dumb pipes."
Editor's Pick T-Mobile is promising some amazing things, but can it actually fulfill them?
At a low-key press event today, T-Mobile made it clear that it's not just another carrier anymore.
Verizon no longer wants its wireless destiny tied to the European carrier Vodafone.
Editor's Pick The Make Unlocking Cell Phones Legal petition has been heard loud and clear in Washington, and the Obama administration is saying yes.
Clearwire's fate is beginning to resemble a daytime soap opera.
Why call when you can text, e-mail, or instant message someone?
European carriers Vodafone UK and 3 Austria are now warning iPhone 4S owners to avoid Apple's latest iOS update due to reported issues with 3G connectivity.
Can all of this stem T-Mobile's subscriber drain?
FreedomPop, which already offers free wireless Internet service, is announcing a partnership with TextPlus today that will enable it to also offer free voice calls and free texts.
AT&T took a moment to toot its own horn this morning, announcing that it sold more than 10 million smartphones in the last quarter.
More than 110 high-speed LTE networks have now been deployed around the world with the potential to connect almost 500 million people in 50 different countries. But how is the new cellular technology affecting what smartphone owners do?